Which one is correct?

  1. It is not fair for not having X'mas party?

  2. It is not fair not to have X'mas party?

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    It's not fair not to have a Christmas party The first sentence is not correct. – Man_From_India Jan 7 '15 at 9:45
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    Neither of the sentences are correct, because they don't have the indeterminate article, and they both end in a question mark. The 2 sentences are affirmations. – Mari-Lou A Dec 23 '16 at 20:07

The first one sounds like "it is not necessary" for me. I would use the second case. This is just my opinion, since English is not my native language.

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